With only 180 seconds and one static powerpoint slide, four graduate students at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry impressed judges with their charisma and communications skills to earn their place at the University-wide Three Minute Thesis (3MT) finals.
Joe Zeppa, Kamini Marthe, Kariym Joachim, and Samantha Davie, hailing from three departments at the School battled against 10 others from Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, and 70 others from faculties across campus to earn their place in the top 20, and a chance to compete in the finals. The students then went on to represent the School in the University-wide 3MT. Congratulations to the four students for their strong efforts. You have created another “Schulich Proud” moment.
The students and their supervisors include:
Joe Zeppa, PhD Candidate, Microbiology and Immunology, supervised by John McCormick
Kamini Marathe, MSc Candidate, Medical Biophysics, supervised by Rob Bartha
Kariym Joachim, MSc Candidate, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, supervised by Kathy Speechley
Samantha Davie, MSc Candidate, Epidemiology and Biostatistics supervised by Cheryl Forchuk, Mark Speechley, and Robert Stewart.